Thursday, April 01, 2010

My First Blog Review and an ARC Giveaway!!!

Abby, The Librarian reviewed The Healing Spell here! Gorgeous and thoughtful and just simply lovely.
Thank you so much, Abby! It's really exciting to get a review by someone I've already been *following* for a year!

In other news, my book trailer is pretty much finished and I'm sharing it with my agent and editor and publicist right now. Fingers crossed they will approve it for nationwide release in May! Maybe earlier!

Nationwide = Email, Facebook, Blogger, Live Journal, Goodreads, Amazon, and CONTESTS!!!

Speaking of CONTESTS!!! In honor of submitting my new manuscript to my editor AND my first fantastic blogger review I need to have a contest!!!

I haven't given away anything in ages!!! And I have ARCs of THE HEALING SPELL burning on my shelves!
Please enter here! Or on my Live Journal if you'd like!
Get An Extra Point EACH for Tweeting, Facebooking, Friending, Following, or mentioning/linking the contest on your own blog! Contest will be open from now until midnight (Pacific Time) on April 8th!

***Just for fun, please tell me something you love about Louisiana, or wish you could see/do there if you haven't visited before.

I'll love you forever if you can spread the word! Seriously. I was born on Valentine's Day. See? :-) xoxo, Kimberley



Kris said...

Hey Kimberley!!!!! Yeah for the review!!!! I think I'll post mine on Monday! Send me an email if you have time so we can work it out...I'm Sooooooooo happy for you!

Beckyb said...

I would love to be entered!! What a fun giveaway - I will post on Twitter and Facebook as well - thank you SO much!!

Danette Haworth said...


Congratulations on such a warm review by Abby the Librarian. I can't wait to read your book--I love that kind of setting. I was flattered by the comparison of our books.

I will tell you not one but two things about me and Louisiana: A friend I used to know, his grandmother lived in the family home that once was a plantation. When she died, she still owned many acres around the house. He showed me a picture of it. Oh, what a grand house. A white two story facing the back because there was a river view. It was set on a hill. He told me it was all original wood in the house. (Sorry for untight sentences--I have been sleep deprived and am also on deadline crazy typing/creatingIAMCRAZYRIGHTNOW!GETCHOCOLATE)

Anyway, one of the family wanted to live in the house, and the state said they didn't have the money to run it as a historic house for tours. So it remained empty. They visited the house sometimes to clear out vagrants. The house grew into disrepair . . . all that beauty, all that history lost.

My second story is I LOVE that old B&W movie, Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte! So rich in Louisiana atmosphere!

Enter me for your book. I want to win!

dar said...

It would be cool to win a book.
I will post on FB, and i will be a

AchingHope said...

Huzzah!!! That is so exciting :) I found you through Suzette Saxton and Bethany Wiggins interview with you.

Kimberley Griffiths Little said...

Thank you all for posting and tweeting and following! And so nice to meet new people, too, like dar and Hope and Becky! Good luck to you all!

elissacruz said...

I think you've closed this giveaway, which is fine. I mostly wanted to say I once tried to visit Louisiana but kept getting sidetracked by all the pretty wildflowers on the side of the road between Dallas and the Louisiana border. I'm going to have to read this book now, so I can see what I missed.

Congrats on recent good reviews!

Kimberley Griffiths Little said...

Love your story, Elissa, too funny! Thanks!



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